Tribune Tower owners offer glimpse into upcoming luxury condos

The most expensive unit in the building will cost $7.6 million.

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Tribune Tower Residences

The new condos set to be offered inside the renovated Tribune Tower look as impressive as you’d expect with estimated price tags between $700,000 and nearly $8 million. New photo renderings of units inside the old home of the Chicago Tribune unsurprisingly show off some very well-lit luxury digs.


Tribune Tower Residences


Tribune Tower Residences

The Tribune Tower housed the Chicago Tribune for 93 years before it was sold to CIM Group and Golub & Company for $240 million in order to be converted into residences. Work on the building started in 2018 and is expected to be completed next year.

The priciest units inside the building, a pair of four-bedroom condos on the 22nd floor, will each cost $7.6 million. There are a total of 162 units along with various luxury amenities like a spa, gym and golf simulator, according to Curbed.

From the view inside the indoor pool area, you’ll be able to see the iconic Chicago Tribune sign that adorns the side of the building:


Tribune Tower Residences

There’s also an impressive lounge on the 25th floor that’ll surely be a go-to for anyone looking to impress their guests.


Tribune Tower Residences

The first move-ins are planned for the end of 2020.

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